When i start up or re plug in i have to rest setting of what i am using to chat then it doesnt always work once it does comes up not enough bandwith i have no clue what that means have even unpluged other usb cords and still uses too much bandwdth can you suggest a better headset have had problems with otheres that only use mic and earphone plugs.
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I found this on the Turtle Beach website:
If you or other players hear echoes in Live Chat:
Does it happen if you use the Microsoft communicator?
Mute the microphone on your headset. Does the echoing stop?
In the Xbox Dashboard > Settings > Live, set the voice to Play Through Both and unplug the talkback-controller cable. Does the echoing stop?
Echoing can sometimes be caused by high latency ("lag") on your internet connection. This may come and go depending on how much bandwidth is being used in your area.
If your talkback-controller cable's plug gets dirty, this can also cause echoing or static. Also check the input jack on the controller and make sure no foreign objects are in there.
Read these links for more advice:
Echoing can be caused by "a poor connection between the headset and the controller."
"The most likely cause is either a plug that isn't pushed all the way in, or gunk on the plug."
"If you hear echo, then... someone in the chat session... needs to clean off their metal headset plug."
in skype go to tools>options>audio setting make sue the microphone is logitech and the green bars should start moving as you talk. if no logitech appears or the mic is not producing sound. call logitech for warranty info. if the mic is producing sound below is "make a free skype test call" to see if the program is transmitting.
Bandwidth sounds logical, so check if your USB ports are configured as USB 2.0 and not USB 1.1 (which is slower). Apart from that, it could really be a driver compatibility issue. The driver architecture in Vista is different from XP, so even if the driver is accepted, it does not mean it provides the same performance and quality. Best if you can get real Vista (signed) drivers.
The internet bandwidth or speed is too low or being occupied by some other programs.Thereby leaving a low speed for the msn to work.The solution would be close some applications using internet or reinstall the msn messenger.